Shannon Juengst is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and Assistant Professor in the Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, with a secondary appointment in the Department of Rehabilitation Counseling. Dr. Juengst has over 15 years of research experience in the field of brain injury rehabilitation. Her research focuses on developing evidence-based measurement and interventions for behavioral and emotional outcomes after traumatic brain injury (TBI), applying innovative telehealth methods to improve long-term tracking, and investigating biopsychosocial relationships after TBI. She has been actively involved in the TBI Model Systems since 2012, authoring multiple publications related to TBI Model Systems studies. She is currently applying her growing telehealth expertise to the North Texas TBI Model Systems site-specific project and is also the Principal Investigator for the North Texas TBI Model Systems module project examining the feasibility of delivering Problem Solving Training to care partners of patients with TBI during the inpatient rehabilitation stay. Her primary research interest is developing and employing patient-centered measurement tools to track behavioral, cognitive, and emotional symptoms long-term after injury, to better identify and treat these symptoms and minimize their impact on the quality of life of individuals with TBI and their care partners.